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  • Item #: 001899
    ISBN: 9780395137192
    Retail: $8.99
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    The 1962 Newbery Medal winner. Angry and vengeful at the death of his parents, Daniel bar Jamin joins an outlaw band pledging to do all he can to rid the land of the hated Romans. But Daniel's life is changed after an encounter with a wandering teacher from Nazareth named Jesus. Could he be following the wrong leader? 256 pgs, pb. By Elizabeth George Speare.

  • Item #: 007003
    ISBN: 9780395266816
    Retail: $12.99
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  • Item #: 004211
    ISBN: 9780395273999
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  • Item #: 014727
    ISBN: 9780544026926
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  • Item #: 000758
    ISBN: 9780547076805
    Retail: $7.99
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    This is a touching picture book about three generations of a Japanese family who are torn between a love for the land of California and a love for the mountains and villages of Japan. The author shares how he knows and understands his grandfather now that he has experienced the same emotion of leaving his home in Japan and settling in California - and the strong and constant desire to be in both places at once. 32 pgs, pb. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 071217
    ISBN: 9780152014834
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  • Item #: 062517
    ISBN: 9780547688466
    Retail: $38.40
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    This is a one-year online renewal code for the online subscription component of Holt McDougal Biology Homeschool Package. Please note that purchase of this item provides online access only to web-based components of this course and is not a full course without the Homeschool Package.

    Please note that if this is the only item you are purchasing at this time, you will not receive physical paperwork; you will receive an email directly from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (hmhco.com) 3-5 business days after purchase with instructions for accessing the online course material. If you are purchasing this item with other physical, non-digital items, you will receive paperwork with your order with instructions on accessing the course. Please note that the one year of access begins immediately after you receive your code.

  • Item #: 050967
    ISBN: 9780547746678
    Retail: $57.05
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  • Item #: 050960
    ISBN: 9780547746609
    Retail: $57.05
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  • Item #: 029163
    ISBN: 9780395925034
    Retail: $23.99
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    When Adolf Hitler wrote his now-famous (or infamous?) work, most of the world did not give it much notice, or take his ideas very seriously. This was in the mid 1920's, while he became chairman of the relatively small German Worker's Party (later the Nazi party). At that point in time, nobody would have guessed that this man would be leader of a powerful country. He wrote his 694-page tome both to express his unsavory ideals and to remake himself, though writing, into the "savior" of Germany that he was coming to believe that he was. The book contained an autobiography of his life, an analysis of World War I, a critique of Marxism, his ideas on Aryan supremacy, a critique of Communism, and his hatred of Jews. If World War II and the Holocaust had never happened, we might look at his hefty but badly-written work filled with illogical arguments, rambling attempts to hide uneducated thought, sudden outbursts of angry speech, and deliberate attempts to "rewrite" the past as humorous. However, somehow this crazed megalomaniac was able to bring himself to power and put into action his vague, in-concrete ideals in a series of unthinkable atrocities that still haunt us today. Today, this book is valuable for remembrance of that time, to give us a unique perspective on what life was like in World War II - era Germany, and to help us remember the value of keeping alert for people like Hitler, who may seem harmless but could represent untold danger to the world. A Well Trained Mind recommended resource. - Jess

  • Item #: 019336
    ISBN: 9780547248295
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    While most farmers get up at dawn to tend to their animals and land, William A. Bentley got up to photograph early morning dew dripping form leaves and hanging from the delicate strands of a spider web. But most of his life was spent photographing another form of moisture - snow. From the time Bentley was a young boy until his death, he was fascinated with snow. Although most of his friends and neighbors thought he was wasting time, he devoted most of his time and money to studying snowflakes. He experimented over and over again to find a way to photograph snowflakes before they melted or evaporated so that people could appreciate them. It is he who first took note of the snowflakes' unique hexagonal shape, as well as the fact that no two are the same - the reason for which he also discovered. This book of his life and work reads like a storybook, but tells the true story of a man who had a passion for his work. Additional facts about Bentley are shared in the margins to complete the picture of the man now known simply as "Snowflake Bentley." hc.

  • Item #: 000936
    ISBN: 9780395539644
    Retail: $11.95
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    Like all of Holling C. Holling's excellent books, readers will learn natural history almost effortlessly through an engaging story of a creature living and exploring its environment, and beautiful, detailed illustrations. Pagoo takes place in an ocean tidepool. Little Pagarus, or Pagoo, is a newly-hatched hermit crab, no larger than a pencil dot. His chances of survival are slim, but he has his instinct, affectionately titled "Old Pal" to guide him through the trials of growing up. Through the book he grows from a soft, translucent feathery being to a real hermit crab with claws and a shell home. Through it all, readers will come to learn about hermit crabs, other tide-pool and shallow ocean-dwellers, how they interact, and which predators little Pagoo needs to watch out for. With its intricate illustrations, personal story, and excellent blend of fact and fictional story, this book, first published in the '50's, surpasses any book on the subject I've seen today! - Jess

  • Item #: CALCST
    Retail: $167.95
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    Teaching covers calculus, trigonometry, and analytic geometry, with emphasis on application to physics, chemistry, engineering and business. 2nd edition, last revised in 2006.

     

  • Item #: 064321
    ISBN: 9780544745605
    Retail: $33.60
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  • Item #: 050969
    ISBN: 9780547746692
    Retail: $57.05
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  • Item #: 050968
    ISBN: 9780547746685
    Retail: $57.05
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  • Item #: 050966
    ISBN: 9780547746661
    Retail: $57.05
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  • Item #: 050961
    ISBN: 9780547746616
    Retail: $57.05
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  • Item #: 039031
    ISBN: 9780618737642
    Retail: $10.99
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  • Item #: 032526
    ISBN: 9780618333455
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    This book tells the inspiring story of Jean-Francis Champollion, from his birth to his death. When this boy was eleven, he vowed to be the first person to read ancient Egyptian writing. After spending years studying, deciphering, and exploring, Champollion made the discovery that opened the door for ancient Egyptian translation. Besides telling his interesting life story, this book cleverly intertwines hieroglyphics into the text and gives their meanings. Colorful pictures illustrate the paperback book.

  • Item #: 032518
    ISBN: 9780395383681
    Retail: $9.99
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    Young Bill Peet is an animal collector and his room is full of frogs, spiders, toads and harmless snakes. One spring he decides he would like to add to his collection with a large boa snake. His parents and younger brother are not in agreement with this, so Bill chooses a capybara, a large rodent that looks a lot like a guinea pig. At first no one in the family is to sure about their new pet. But it takes no time at all for everyone to fall in love with Capyboppy, a name Bill's mother gave the capybara. Capyboppy gets to play in the backyard and swim in the pool and even lay on mother's lap while sitting with the family in the evening. Until one day Capy starts making a "mud wallow" in the backyard and the family soon realizes Capy doesn't fit on the couch with mother like he use to. What will the Peet family do and what will happen to Capy?! 62 pgs.

  • Item #: 032103
    ISBN: 9780547864495
    Retail: $12.07
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  • Item #: 029642
    ISBN: 9780544809949
    Retail: $111.40
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    This course, intended for high school students, has transitioned to a format which includes a hard copy student text and an "Interactive Online Edition" which includes interactive editions of both student and teacher editions, worksheets, labs, assessments and various tools and videos. Online access is provided through a code which you will receive directly from Houghton Mifflin after purchasing the textbook, and access will remain active for one year.

  • Item #: 028676
    ISBN: 9780547790961
    Retail: $4.99
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    Expands on the above skills of letter recognition and covers matching letters to sounds and tracing/writing letters and words.
  • Item #: 025053
    ISBN: 9780618800650
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  • Item #: 015556
    ISBN: 9780544763425
    Retail: $9.99
    Rainbow Price: $7.75

    A great book for the beginning stargazer! Authored by H.A. Rey (of Curious George fame), the book starts with the more well-known constellations, introducing and naming them and showing you the constellation both with, and without, lines connecting the stars. Also, it shows you the names of the bigger stars, and which constellation they are in. Quizzes are given after several constellations, and "sky views" show you the sky from the north and south at different times in the year. These pages give you plenty of practice picking out constellations on the page before you move outside for the real thing. It also helps you to find out exactly what months, days, and times a certain constellation will be visible. Stories about constellations are fun to read and make the constellations easy to remember. The sun and planets are also covered, and you learn what planets you can expect to see from earth, and when. Soon, you'll be ready for your own trip to outer space! - Megan

  • Item #: 014224
    ISBN: 9780395321218
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    Ancient Egyptians believed in eternal life, but preservation of the body and protection of earthly possessions were important parts of this afterlife. Pyramids were designed to accomplish both.

  • Item #: 011267
    ISBN: 9780618615124
    Retail: $7.99
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    This is the story of a wealthy man's son who is made into a servant when his family is brutally killed in war-torn 16th Century Japan. Follow this boy's life as he grows to manhood in these troubled times and not only survives his circumstances, but thrives. A very interesting story portraying ancient Japan. 234 pgs.

  • Item #: 007820
    ISBN: 9780395968888
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    The amazing story of Louis Braille and his untiring determination to enable the blind to read and write. Blinded in a freak accident, Louis had an intelligent and curious mind. Though his memory was tremendous and learning came easily to him, he was frustrated by not being able to read or write. At ten, he was enrolled at the Royal Institute of the Blind. He did well there, but was still discouraged by the cumbersome system of reading via embossed letters. This story tells how it came to pass that Louis, by the tender age of fifteen (!), had invented the first workable form of Braille. Though his system would not be perfected until five years later, this young man's invention would effectively open up the world for the blind. A very readable biography.

  • Item #: 007700
    ISBN: 9780618250745
    Retail: $7.99
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    1956 Newbery Medal winner. This is the true story of Nathaniel Bowditch, who becomes an indentured servant at the age of twelve when his father apprenticed him to a chandlery after his mother died. This ends his dreams of attending Harvard. Through hard work and perseverance, Nat continues his studies on his own. Was Nathaniel destined to be a bookkeeper all his life, or could he find a way to better use his skills in mathematics? His discoveries in the field of navigation are put to the test when Nat becomes captain of his own ship.